Simply Nutrition can provide dietetic advice on a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to:
Bariatric and Weight Loss Surgery - Pre & Post Surgery
Let us support you on every aspect of your weight loss surgery journey. Your dietitian can help you with your pre surgery diet, step you through your diet stages after surgery and help you to improve your nutrition after surgery so you can maintain your lost weight.
It is common when you have cancer to not feel well if you are having treatments. Sometimes you can feel nauseous, weak, have changes to your taste, smell and lose your appetite. A dietitian can help you with managing these side effects of your treatment.
Cardiovascular Disease Help
We can help you to make nutritious food choices and food swap to help with high cholesterol or high blood pressure.
Coeliac Disease Assistance
Following a strict gluten free diet is really important when you have been told by your doctor you have Coeliac Disease. We can help you with knowing what you can eat and foods you need to avoid.
We can support you with Type 1 and 2, Gestational and Pre-Diabetes to make sure you can control your blood sugar levels through diet and lifestyle changes.
Eating Disorders; Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa
We can provide assistance to individuals (and their families) who experience Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa by working with you to improve your relationship with food.
Enteral Nutrition: PEG – Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastronomy
If you are getting your nutrition from a feeding tube, a dietitian is able to help you with finding a formula you can tolerate, making a regime that limits interference with your life, explaining the types of feeding to find one that is right for you and also review your plan regularly to make sure it is still working for you.
Food Allergies and Intolerances
When you have food allergies it is important to understand which foods you are not able to eat so that you don’t have a reaction. Your dietitian will put a focus on what foods you can eat, to support you with managing your allergies or intolerances.
Being diagnosed with kidney disease can be confronting. Your dietitian can tailor your diet to your needs by looking at your blood test results and giving you advice based on these.
Malnutrition and Un-intentional Weight Loss
Your dietitian is able to help you with increasing your weight via food and/or supplement drinks.
Paediatric Nutrition (Children & Teenagers)
When you have children, it can be hard to know what they can eat, particularly when they are growing so quickly or may be a fussy eater. A dietitian can help you with knowing how much food is right for your child or teen and give you advice to help with fussy eating.
Nutrition advice for Mum and Bub before, during and after pregnancy. This may include vitamin advice suited to your needs, foods to avoid during pregnancy and how to introduce solids to your baby.
Stomach and Bowel Disorders
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Coeliac Disease, Inflammatory Bowel & Diverticular Disease are all conditions that impact the gastrointestinal area of your body. If you have you experience these conditions your dietitian can help you with following a diet (FODMAPS Diet, Gluten Free Diet, Low and High Fibre Diets) that best supports you with managing symptoms. Dietitians complete extra training to be able to step you through these diets.
If you are following a vegetarian or vegan diet, your dietitian can help you to make sure you aren’t missing out on any important vitamins/minerals.
Weight Loss and Obesity
Losing weight can be difficult so let us help you with understanding not only what you eat but why, how, where, when and how you eat. This will let your dietitian be able to give you advice to help you with your weight loss goals.
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